City Council Prep from Sept 16 & 17: Budget and Government Efficiency, Active Transportation and Infrastructure, Land Use and Housing

From David Rolland, Council Communications Director: Three of the City Council’s policy committees are in action on Wednesday and Thursday, September 16 and 17, and there’s a lot of business for them to take care of, so let’s get right to it. If you’d like the agenda and more detail on anything summarized here, please visit the People’s Business Blog  (a preview of City Council and committee action) at https://www.sandiego.gov/blog/peoples-business-sept-15-2020.  Available information includes staff reports and other pieces of supporting material.

Budget and Government Efficiency Committee — Wednesday, Sept. 16: The Budget and Government Efficiency Committee, chaired by Council President Pro Tem Barbara Bry, meets at 9 a.m. The agenda includes six items:

  • Parking Meters
  • Information Technology Consulting Services
  • Software licensing, maintenance, support, and technical advisory services
  • Contract with Dell Marketing for Microsoft Software, Subscriptions, and Services
  • Key Budget Dates
  • Major General Fund Revenues Informational Update

Active Transportation and Infrastructure Committee — Wednesday, Sept. 16: The Active Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, chaired by Councilmember Mark Kersey, meets at 2 p.m. There’s one consent item on the agenda (construction change orders on road work) that is considered noncontroversial and won’t be discussed unless someone wants to. There are just two discussion items:

  • Amendments to Six As-Needed Land Survey Agreements
  • As-Needed Transportation Engineering Consultant Agreements

Land Use and Housing Committee — Thursday, Sept. 17: The Land Use and Housing Committee (LU&H), chaired by Councilmember Chris Ward, meets at 1 p.m. There’s one consent item on the agenda (a North Park Community Plan amendment and rezone) that is considered noncontroversial and won’t be discussed unless someone wants to. The agenda includes these items:

  • Implementation strategy for the preservation of affordable housing
  • Kearny Mesa Community Plan Update
  • Housing Legislation Code Updates
  • Deed Restrictions on UCSD Campus Land
  • Dedication of Street Right-of-Way at Tecolote Road

For an index of all The People’s Business posts, visit https://www.sandiego.gov/citycouncil/the-peoples-business

San Diego CityTV, City Council Agendas, Comment Forms, Contacts, YouTube: Easy Access to City Council and Meetings; info at https://www.universitycitynews.org/2020/07/07/san-diego-citytv-city-council-agendas-comment-forms-contacts-youtube-easy-access-to-city-council-and-meetings/

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